As there are enough signs for the arrival of vaccine for Corona in a few months, it is encouraging to see India already decking up for the vaccine distribution system.
Kamal Hasan’s rant against new parliament building contains some claims that may count as good rhetoric but nowhere near the facts.Here is why his examples and analysis are naïve.
According to a global study, India has emerged as the biggest purchaser of confirmed vaccine doses at 1,600 million.The study, ‘Launch and Scale Speedometer’, analysed data up to November 30 on vaccine procurement and manufacturing.
Upon the request of Royal Government of Bhutan, India has agreed to open new trade routes for Bhutan’s bilateral and transit trade with India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Saturday schedule is focused on reviewing vaccine development for Covid-19 taking place in various labs across the country.Here is a backgrounder about how the whole process of developing vaccine got the support of the government.
The facts do show that the Centre has made an outreach effort to the farmers.But what one can do if the protesting farmers’ groups reject the talk and prefer to show off a march in Delhi?
It has always been evident that India is using its strength to secure COVID-19 vaccine in many ways since the beginning of this conflict.It is also made clear that frontline workers and vulnerable section will get the dose in priority.
With the conclusion of nation's first ever commercial coal mining auction States are expected to garner a total revenue of Rs 6,656 crores annually.
India has used its vaccine manufacturing capacity to secure significant doses of vaccines to inoculate the citizens of India against this pandemic.
The warning by PM Modi comes at a very crucial juncture, as many European countries which had seen a major decrease in number of COVID cases are now seeing a second wave of Coronavirus cases.
PM Modi’s mentioning of India’s capability in gene editing is limited to one sentence as he went on describing other capabilities that India has in the field of scientific research.But this specific mentioning has a lot of significance.
The recent virtual bilateral summits between India, Sri Lanka and Denmark showcase India’s commitment for a more inclusive and cooperative governance system.Amidst pandemic, India is taking a virtual diplomacy route.
This year due to the tensions with China, the need of maritime security cooperation is felt more among almost all the nations in the Indo-Pacific region.
This context provides an opportunity to look at the India-Japan maritime cooperation in recent times.
Since the health infrastructure concentrated its energy to manage the pandemic and the country went into lockdown it was feared that the India’s immunization process may take a hit.
Union government had launched Garib Kalyan Rozgar Yojana, which aimed at achieving saturation in already existing schemes by allocating works to labourers who returned to certain districts in large numbers.Has this resulted in asset creation?
Have you spared your thought about thousands of performing artists be it from music, dance, folk etc., who are unable to showcase their craft in this pandemic situation and thereby can’t earn their income?
Congress has raised the reservation over suspending question hour.Their rhetorical claims like “scrapping the question hour is killing the soul of the Parliament” may send wrong impression.
Within a month, a second Kisan Rail is flagged off, this time connecting a more far away distance.The national capital is connected with the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
PM Modi giving keynote address at 2020 US-India Summit at US-ISPF highlighted the importance of trust and reliability that should be inbuilt into global supply chains.
India aims to take this not to an incremental change but a paradigm shift in the future index by striving to come under top 25 innovative nations.How does the future road of innovation look like for India?